Stormy Daniels makes cameo on 'Saturday Night Live' to mock President Trump

Stormy Daniels makes cameo on 'Saturday Night Live' to mock President Trump

Giuliani told Fox News' Sean Hannity on Wednesday that Trump had reimbursed his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, for a $130,000 payment made to Stormy Daniels in the closing days of the 2016 election campaign.

One of President Donald Trump's attorneys in the Russian Federation probe, Rudy Giuliani, left open the possibility that Michael Cohen might have doled out payments like the one he made to adult film star Stormy Daniels to other women.

Giuliani told ABC's "This Week" that he had no knowledge of whether former Trump attorney Michael Cohen had made other payments, but he said: "I would think if it was necessary, yes".

The former New York City mayor's comments come on the same day as a report suggested that some White House officials are concerned that Giuliani may pull a Mooch and go down in spectacular flames soon, much like fellow New Yorker, Trump pal, and 11-day Communication Director Anthony Scaramucci.

Baldwin, as Trump, tells Cohen to call Daniels to "fix this once and for all" and explains he'll be on the phone but will be quiet and listen.

Speaking later to reporters on the tarmac at Joint Base Andrews, the president appeared to allude to Giuliani's remarks earlier this week.

Mr. Giuliani also referred to the sum Ms. Clifford received as a "nuisance" payment.




"She gave an interview back in 2011; there was a blog post back in 2011", Stephanopoulos said. Cohen faces a criminal investigation in NY, where FBI agents raided his home and office several weeks ago seeking records about the Daniels nondisclosure agreement and other matters. And Rudy Giuliani hasn't been part of the Trump team for too long, but if Ivanka does know something I'm sure that Rudy Giuliani knows that she knows something, and he's trying to do the same stupid thing that Trump did that backfired.

When asked Sunday whether Trump knew about the payment to Daniels after the campaign, Giuliani demurred.

"I don't know when the President learned about it", Giuliani said.

During the interview, Giuliani said that people do not go away with Dollars 130,000 for a meritorious claim. "He (Cohen) made payments for the president or he's conducted business for the president". "He'll get his facts straight". What matters, he said, is that the payment was not in violation of any campaign finance rules because it was made for personal reasons.

Later in the interview, Giuliani contradicted his statement to BuzzFeed again, saying that the agreement between Trump and Cohen was "longstanding" rather than something the two established after the election. Baldwin's Trump asked Daniels. "I mean we now know that that was an absolute lie".

Giuliani, who was hired by Trump last month, said he's still learning the facts of the Mueller case and the details of Trump's knowledge of the payment to Daniels, who has alleged a sexual tryst with Trump in 2006.

"The agreement with Michael Cohen, as far as I know, is a longstanding agreement, that Michael Cohen takes care of situations like this, then gets paid for them, sometimes", he said.

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